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- Preheat the oven to 425° F.
- Line a large baking sheet with parchment paper.
- With a sharp knife, cut the sweet potatoes into wedges approximately 3/4” thick.
|Calories130Calories from Fat25|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
wayfaring stranger 2 months ago
tasted great! i think with a thinner cut, the fries would have been more crispy
Chase W Russell 3 months ago
Perfect, quick side to go along with burgers and dogs. Turned out great
Alexa Murdock 4 months ago
they turned out perfect and the whole family loves them.
MarvelousChef 4 months ago
Good recipe! Will make again, super easy
Ryan C. 4 months ago
Turns out perfect everytime! 👌
Kellie R. 5 months ago
yummy, I didn't get the slight char, but it was still very good. Definitely a repeat. My 14 y/o son loved it. We also tried Norma's chili mayo, it was delicious. Thanks for sharing.
Tanya B. 5 months ago
I made them in my air fryer. Delicious!
Norma 5 months ago
YES I make these all the time I make a chili mayo for dipping..................3 ingre. cup of mayo.chili powder 1 1/2 tablespoon or to taste 1 lemon juiced mix well yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
Rachel 6 months ago
I wish it would have been crispier. Next time I will be cutting it thinner
Christine Zalewski 8 months ago
It is great I really enjoyed it
Keisha 9 months ago
Sweet Potatoes turned out great!
gedepere two 9 months ago
this recipe is very tasty
Mishka 9 months ago
great recipe. easy to make.
Deyan Peychev 9 months ago
wonderful! amazing with garlic sauce!
Coates 10 months ago
Super easy and delicious!!!
Megan Hendrickse a year ago
good, easy recipe to use
Latiahua Collins a year ago
good i would make it again
Dot Melross a year ago
Lovely!!.. My daughter uses butter instead of oil.
Monica Jacobson a year ago
Great! I added Italian season to taste as well
Krisztina S. a year ago
Tasted really good, but next time I will use vegetable oil, cause the olive oil burns faster
Perkins a year ago
A simple sweet potato recipe that pairs well with just about any cuisine.